Safari Club International Selects Global Rescue Signature Travel Insurance

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Renews Field Rescue and Evacuation Relationship for 8th Straight Year


Safari Club International has selected
Global Rescue Signature Travel Insurance as its official travel insurance for traveling sportsmen and women. In addition, Global Rescue has renewed its relationship with SCI for the eighth consecutive year as the exclusive provider of evacuation services to SCI, including field rescue, medical evacuation and security extraction services.

Global Rescue’s Signature Travel Insurance, endorsed by SCI and created exclusively for Global Rescue, includes benefits unmatched in features, quality and price, including: cancel/interrupt for any reason, emergency medical/dental, lost luggage/baggage delay, sports equipment rental and more.

All SCI members and their families also have 24/7 direct access by telephone to the SCI Hunter’s Travel Assistance Hotline. Supported by Global Rescue and its worldwide operations centers, SCI members are provided with a range of travel assistance services, field rescue capabilities, medical experts and destination intelligence reports on 215 countries and principalities by Global Rescue’s in-house intelligence teams.

Since the relationship with SCI began in 2008, Global Rescue has conducted life-saving evacuations for many SCI members, often from the world’s most remote locations.

“Global Rescue’s industry-leading field rescue, medical evacuation and security extraction services are now integrated with this best-in-class travel insurance offering,” said Dan Richards, Global Rescue CEO and founder. “Wherever they travel, SCI members deserve both the life-saving care provided by our evacuation memberships and the financial protection offered by the finest travel insurance available.”
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